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  1. temper

    • IPA[ˈtɛmpə]

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    • n.
      a person's state of mind seen in terms of their being angry or calm;a tendency to become angry easily
    • v.
      improve the hardness and elasticity of (steel or other metal) by reheating and then cooling it;improve the consistency or resiliency of (a substance) by means of a process involving heat or chemicals
    • noun: temper

    • verb: temper, 3rd person present: tempers, gerund or present participle: tempering, past tense: tempered, past participle: tempered

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a person's state of mind seen in terms of their being angry or calm:

      he rushed out in a very bad temper

    • 2. a tendency to become angry easily:

      I know my temper gets the better of me at times

    • 3. an angry state of mind:

      Drew had walked out in a temper

      I only said it in a fit of temper

    • 4. the degree of hardness and elasticity in steel or other metal:

      the blade rapidly heats up and the metal loses its temper

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. improve the hardness and elasticity of (steel or other metal) by reheating and then cooling it:

      the way a smith would temper a sword

      tempered steel pins

    • 2. improve the consistency or resiliency of (a substance) by means of a process involving heat or chemicals:

      the display is a single sheet of glass, tempered for strength

      for a shiny sheen to the chocolate coating, I recommend tempering the chocolate first

    • 3. act as a neutralizing or counterbalancing force to (something):

      their idealism is tempered with realism

    • 4. tune (a piano or other instrument) so as to adjust the note intervals correctly.
    • comb. having a specified temper or disposition:

    • ill-tempered

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    • comb. having a specified temper or disposition:

    • ill-tempered

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    • n. a tendency to lose one's temper quickly:

    • he ascribed her short temper to her upset stomach

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    • n. irritability; anger:

    • her normal ill temper was exacerbated by discomfort

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    • n. a tendency to lose one's temper quickly:

    • he ascribed her short temper to her upset stomach

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    • n. irritability; anger:

    • her normal ill temper was exacerbated by discomfort

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    • ph. in an irritable mood

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    • ph. in an irritable mood

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    • IPA[ˈtempər]

    美式

    • n.
      a person's state of mind seen in terms of their being angry or calm:
    • he rushed out in a very bad temper
    • v.
      improve the hardness and elasticity of (steel or other metal) by reheating and then cooling it:
    • the way a smith would temper a sword

      tempered steel pins

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